Google Glass Will Be Compatible With iPhone, Full Functionality Not Known Yet

Google Glass Will Be Compatible With iPhone, Full Functionality Not Known Yet

We have already covered a lot about Google Glasses, the augmented reality heads-up display. One thing that was particularly been sitting on the corner was device compatibility. Yeah, it will definitely be compatible with Android, but what about iOS? Thankfully, iPhone users won’t be out of the radar either.

By On February 24, 2013 Respond
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Warby Parker May Help In Adding Some Style To Google Glass Frames

Warby Parker May Help In Adding Some Style To Google Glass Frames

Ever since Google unveiled its Project Glass, we have been catching frequent glimpses of the much-touted augmented reality glasses. However, many have cited concerns as to the practicality and suitability of wearing an odd-looking pair of glasses in public. Apparently to counter this, Google is trying to bring Warby Parker on board to add some style.

By On February 22, 2013 Respond
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FCC Filing Of Google Glasses Hints At Bone Conduction Technology

FCC Filing Of Google Glasses Hints At Bone Conduction Technology

Bone conduction technology has been around for quite a while, although it hasn’t gained much traction in the tech world. Google recently filed with FCC for Google Glasses. A detailed look into the filing reveals that Google has also mentioned bone conduction technology in it, which shows that the company has plans of implementing the technology in its smart glasses.

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Google Glasses Spotted In FCC Filing

Google Glasses Spotted In FCC Filing

Google seems to be hard at work at its Project Glass. The search giant had promised that it would be making its smart glasses available for developers shortly. A commercial rollout can be expected somewhat later. A recent FCC filing now reveals many such details about Google Glasses which were unknown as of yet.

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Sergey Brin Spotted In New York City Subway Wearing Google Glasses

Sergey Brin Spotted In New York City Subway Wearing Google Glasses

Google co-founders have always come off as very humble fellows to me. We have often seen the duo mingling with fellow Googlers and sometimes, even with the users. A user recently snapped the photo of Sergey Brin taking a New York City subway while wearing Google glasses. Does he regularly take the route or was he testing out the gear?

By On January 22, 2013 Respond
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Is Apple Working On Wearable iGlasses?

Is Apple Working On Wearable iGlasses?

The notion of wearable computers is not something new and has been around for quite some years. But when Google actually unveiled its own Google glasses prototypes, the world was quite amazed. Without a doubt, wearable computers can be the next big thing in the tech world. Does this mean Apple is also eager to jump this bandwagon?

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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New Google Patent Confirms Side-Mounted Trackpads For Project Glass

New Google Patent Confirms Side-Mounted Trackpads For Project Glass

When Google first unveiled its Project Glass and showcased Google glasses to the world, many of us wondered about the navigation system that will be used by those tooling the glasses. Google hadn’t explained it well enough and some had speculated that it will probably be done with the help of an input mechanism on the side of the glasses. Now, a new Google patent more or less confirms this.

By On June 20, 2012 Respond
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Google Patent Shows Infrared Control Systems For Project Glass

Google Patent Shows Infrared Control Systems For Project Glass

Google has dazed and mesmerized a lot of us with its Project Glass. However, what has been taxing on our curious minds is the question that hasn’t been answered yet: how does Google intend to pull off the kind of technology it has demonstrated in the videos of the project it has released. A Google patent, discovered now, may contain the answer to that question.

By On May 19, 2012 Respond
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Google Receives Design Patent For Its Project Glass

Google Receives Design Patent For Its Project Glass

In a tech world that is increasingly interconnected, it is pertinent to file for patents as soon as something is a genuine intellectual property. That is precisely why, Google has been trying to get the patents of the design of its Project Glass. And as expected, Google has been granted the patent for the design.

By On May 16, 2012 Respond
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Hands-Free Photo Taken By Google Glasses Posted Online By Google Engineer

Hands-Free Photo Taken By Google Glasses Posted Online By Google Engineer

Google has been touting its Project Glass for quite some time. And to be honest, the project did initially mesmerise a lot of us. Wearing a pair of glasses that can virtually perform a whole lot of functions in real-time is indeed a very novel concept. However, Google employees keep on exploring newer dimensions and uses of the product. Here is one of them.

By On May 11, 2012 1 Response
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Oakley Has Been Working On Tech-Glasses For Quite Some Time

Oakley Has Been Working On Tech-Glasses For Quite Some Time

When Google finally unveiled its Project Glass and showed the world what it was up to, it was truly mesmerizing, at least in the beginning. So far, most of us had thought that this was the only project of its kind. However, the CEO of Oakley Inc. has now revealed that his company has been working on similar tech-equipped glasses for more than a decade!

By On April 18, 2012 Respond
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How Google Glasses Will Look When Running In Windows?

How Google Glasses Will Look When Running In Windows?

Reaction of users as well as analysts to Google glasses is kind of a mix. Some are totally in awe of it, calling it the next big thing in the tech world. Yet others are deeming it as something that is impossible to pull off and is barely of any use. Nonetheless, the concept has gained traction among a lot of people. Now a video has been posted as to how the glasses will look like if they ran Microsoft’s OS, Windows.

By On April 10, 2012 Respond
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A New Aspect Of Google Glasses

A New Aspect Of Google Glasses

We have been talking alot about Google glasses on our website lately. This is because there are a whole lot of possibilities that come with such a product. Now, joy of tech has explored one such possible use of Google glasses.

By On April 9, 2012 Respond
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Google Glasses Seem Too Good To Be True, Analysts Say

Google Glasses Seem Too Good To Be True, Analysts Say

Google has created quite an uproar in the tech world with its Project Glass. The first impression to Google’s awe-inspiring video depicting Google glasses was that everyone was totally impressed. However, after the first feeling, many grew sceptic about it. And now experts have said that the Google glasses that were shown in the official images can’t possibly hold the hardware to pull off all the functions depicted in the video.

By On April 8, 2012 1 Response
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Will Google Glasses Turn Us Smarter Or Robots-Like?

Will Google Glasses Turn Us Smarter Or Robots-Like?

Ever since Google has publicly spoken out about its Project Glass and has even shown a video depicting how the glasses will work, there has been a roaring debate in the blogosphere. Our first reaction, naturally, was that of awe over such a great product which you could wear around. But it would seem that there are a lot of possible vulnerabilities to such a product which may render it quite dangerous to use. Both possible pros and cons of Google glasses are listed below.

By On April 7, 2012 Respond
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